Here is Edna to introduce our newest challenge.
For the next two weeks at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers it's P is for Paper Piecing so get those fussy cuting scissors out and paper piece us a challenge project. I have a couple of go to images that I paper piece when it's called for but I decided to try a new one. Although it's a cute image, not a whole lot of paper piecing was involved but the way my week was going it's a darned good job.
I chose another Art Impressions girl again, but of course a different one and I'm not sure I have ever inked it before. I dug out a Spellbinders Opulent Ovals die set and Nellie's Multi Frames ovals to do the die-cutting. The accompanying sentiment was cut with a Stampin'up word bubble die.
Close up of the sentiment which was part of the "One to Brag" set.
The inside was finished with a few scraps and a Studio G sentiment from the $1.50 bin at Michels
I'm adding this to:
Seize the Birthday ~~ #222 Anything goes (the topping is Pastel)
Thanks for stopping by today and don't forget to head over to the MAIN BLOG and see what paper piecing the rest of the design team and our reigning Queen Rachel have made.
I love seeing all of you AI images. So many of them are "new" to me. Love this!
What fun and cute card. Love the AI image and that cute sentiment, it is perfect. Thanks for sharing with us at seize the Birthday.
She is awesome, Barbara! So pretty in pink. I love that ornate frame around her, too!
Fantastic Barb! LOVE that sentiment!!! LOL!! Fab card!
Awesome paper piecing!
Love her outfit (and the background of the photo!!)
The AI ladies are always so fun and humorous! Love them! The paper pieced polka dot pink shirts is so cute and goes well with the icing on the cake :) ! Thank you so much for joining us at Seize the Birthday!
What a great card Barb! Love the paper piecing. And I just added my entry to The Sisterhood challenge as suggested by you. I love your comment about who would think to paper piece flowers and leaves - my reply to that, given they are such small leaves, is 'only someone as daft as me'!
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